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Old May 11, 2005, 10:40 PM   #1
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They beat the leaves in coming out this spring...lol
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Old May 12, 2005, 12:00 AM   #2
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That is a gorgeous photo Lisa!!

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Yes excellent shot for sure
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Thankyou for the kind words,guys..But most of the credit has to go to nature and her subjects and this camera which I absolutely love..:love:.I can hardly wait the summer to unfold so I can get out there and practice somemore.
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Lisa, It's going to be 93 degrees and 85% homidity today here and I can't get out to take photos. Summer has arrived and I can't take advantage. So frustrating. That said, I for one am looking forward to more of your photos. Keep shooting so we all can enjoy.


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Thanks, Dawg....Hey I'll trade ya your 90's weather for the snowstorm we are suppose to get tonight and tomorrow..geez..and then they are calling for 70+ temps for Sunday.The camera gods are having fun with us this year..lol
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Try to look at it as a blessing. You can get in more snow pics before it all ends. Like the pond shot of the duck. I'm lucky if it snows one night a year!! LOL



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kashka,,,,,well if you lived here in New Brunswick,,,you`d see about 110 of these shooting out of my lawn as we speak,,,,lol

My wife Laura took this one.....

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Brian,110 tulips?..you must have a beautiful lawn!..I love tulips..unfortunately so do the deer.They got mine before they had a chance to bloom.I just moved here last year and in the winter I thought it was cute how they came into town to my bird feeder..I didn't think it was going to be a year round drop-in center..lol..Gonna have to do some creative planting this year.
Dawg..I'm so tired of snow pics...lol..but I'd love to get a shot of the robins bouncing around in the snow..
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Lisa you got the most out of what was available - that's the best looking dandeloin I've seen.

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